EAA Radio "The Voice of EAA" Seeks Reporters
For over a decade EAA Radio has been “The Voice of AirVenture.” Last July, EAA Radio began its usual live broadcast during AirVenture and just never stopped, streaming past interviews and programs since the on-air light first illuminated in 1996. Last fall, EAA Radio became “The Voice of EAA” as its merry band of volunteers continued to cover aviation events as they happened. We need your help! But before you offer your help; if you haven’t listened to EAA Radio before click here to listen live as you finish reading the rest of this story.
There are a million stories in the Aviation City and EAA Radio seeks to expand its network of reporters to cover as many as possible. EAA Radio seeks reporters, producers, and enthusiasts with audio skills to submit story ideas and/or finished works for use on the EAA Radio stream and EAA’s online publications. Prior experience is not a requirement; only the ability to tell a story or converse with your subject in a way that makes others want to listen. Many current EAA Radio personalities and reporters were aviation enthusiasts first who learned radio along the way.